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May 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
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KRON
May 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
, at j.r. stone kron 4 and is. >>gabe: >>grant: we saw a big gain from last year appeared as 9.3 percent say player. 7 cisco is seeing an increase from prices. a year. amaranth, prices the dropping in 6.4%. and alan me that there is a drop 0.9%. san mt. tam is no change. -- san mateo there is no change. >>pam: this man was found tuesday evening with the help desk avenue on ramp on 101. he survived almost a week without food or water. the police look for have gave up on the belief that sanchez left the scene. >> twist sets up a walk away from the scene. we have no way falling up. we are not complacent in any situation. we still did a to 45 minutes search of that area with five personnel. somehow got miss. well hindsight, i guess as opposite things again say but that decision was made based on information that we had. >>pam: is listed as critical but stable. a full recovery is good because it sanchez says john strong and in good health. a crime ring has been busted in san francisco. >> here in the san francisco hall of justice authorities have arrested three women that they believe
ABC
May 4, 2012 6:00pm EDT
here in the ditch. >> reporter: two men in their 20s were pronounced dead at the scene while paramedics transported a third man to shock trauma with life-threatening joirls-- injuries. the man in the tractor-trailer suffered both physically and emotionally from the hospital. >> right now he's at sinai being checked out for possible injuries. after the fact he will be able to go for counseling or whatever he feels he needs. >> now police are withholding the names of the victims until they can notify their families. the tractor-trailer is one of 10 owned by my t trucking. >>> right now a service is being held at st. peters -- episcopal church. two women, brenda brewington and marguerite mary kohn were shot. earlier the pastor spoke about it. >> it's saddened beyond words by the shooting. >> the two women were shot by a homeless man. he would visit the church on a regular basis. he was recently asked to leave the food bank and not come back. investigators believe that's why he went back and opened fire. >>> a disturbing discovery behind a school. police say a woman walking her d
NBC
May 28, 2012 4:00am EDT
day weekend, wild weather is turning the holiday into not quite great day at the beach. >> we're concerned about rip currents. >> reporter: along the georgia coast, northeast florida, an parts of south carolina, tropical storm beryl has canceledmy vacation plans. >> many in the back room is calling us telling us the storm is rolling in. we decided instead of hanging out tomorrow we're going back to gainesville. >> reporter: but for some parts of the country it's the lack of rain causing problems making the battles against wildfires more difficult. in new mexico, a fire in the hilo national forest has beened more than 150 miles. in michigan campers were forced to evacuate as more than 21,000 acres burned fueled by high winds and temperatures. those record highs could be felt across much of the nation. but out in northern california, it's not the warmth but the chill in the air. >> it's freezing. we thought we were going to go up to the sun in ta ho. >> reporter: that has people double-checking the date on their calendar. kurt gregory, nbc news. >> no kidding. >>> well, now here's
NBC
May 29, 2012 4:30am EDT
has 152 delegates at stake in today's primary. >> tracie potts for us in washington. thank you. elsewhere violence flared in egypt monday in the wake of the country's first the election. an angry mob set fire to the campaign headquarters of hosni mubarak last prime minister. several thousand protesters took to the streets across egypt to demonstrate, some to protest the election winners while others protested against their candidates losing. >>> yesterday in canada drivers near toronto suddenly experienced pieces of debris falling from the sky. the debris apparently came from an air canada jet after it had one engine fail on takeoff for a flight to japan. police say the chunks of metal broke windows and caused small damage to some cars because no injuries on the ground and none to passengers on the plane. the jet with more than 300 people aboard circled back around and made a safe landing on lie one engine. >>> now here's a look at some other stories making news. in texas, a man who was barricaded for hours in the cab of a crane hovering above southern methodist university is n
ABC
May 25, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. the temperatures feel like it. we have a look at what we can expect. >> a little cool. the humidity came along for the ride. we will warm up deeper into the weekend. 90's but it will feel like 100 plus. take a look at the time lapse from this morning. it started off rather grave. we have not seen the clouds -- we have seen the clouds of breaking up. we are seeing more in the way of some blue skies, including the clouds moving out. we will talk about numbers at this hour. 81 right now. 77, dallas. 77, lexington park. a stray storm to the west. made 80's. monday. the heat will climb. we look at the jersey shore down to the carolina coast. back to you. >> i look forward to that. many people are getting an early start heading out of town. let's look at tied at 395 at the 14th -- outside the 14th street bridge. traffic will be heavy across the maryland bridges to the eastern shore. jummy olabanji is at the bay bridge with what drivers have been facing this morning. >> if you are headed out of town for this memorial day weekend and you have not left yet, you may want to plan to leave soon
ABC
May 20, 2012 9:00am PDT
. thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather. here is lisa argen. >> lisa: good morning. looking hazy from mount tam. plenty of sunshine, no fog at the coast. we're looking at that fog to hold off until the evening hours tonight when the onshore flow switching or actually strengthens. 52 half moon bay. 56 in fremont. 59 up in napa. plenty of sunshine today. warmer than yesterday. 70s and 80s around the bay. we'll see that onshore flow increase. the fog comes our way but also a weather system, a couple of weather systems that will aid in a significant cooldown this week. >> carolyn: weather was good for that rocky tradition, bay to breakers. it's well underway. 101st edition. elite runners crossed the finish line long ago but less 50,000 will finish sometime before noon. john alston joins us live from the finish line to bring us some of the sights and sounds of the race. good morning. >> reporter: some of the sights we can't quite show you, but the race is still going on. we're at breakers portion of the race, where you can see hundreds o
ABC
May 10, 2012 4:30am EDT
game seven against the rangers at madison square garden. and president obama supports gay marriage. it's thursday, may 10. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. we will do traffic and weather every ten minutes. first, adam caskey. >> i have to be honest i could not stay up through the whole capitals game, but my wife woke me up at the end and it was 2-1 and we pulled it off. look at temperatures outside on this thursday morning. a great thursday it is. 58 but now district, 52 in cumberland, 60 in quantico. on our way to the upper 60's to near 70 degrees for the high temperature. cooler and less humid today with bright sunshine. there will be gusty wind, northwesterly winds at 15-20. still breezy tomorrow. close to 80 the weekend. bright sunshine today into sunday. capital. >> brockington realight volume of traffic. could it be people sleeping late? all clear on 81, route 11, interstate 70, 95 between richmond and baltimore at,. slackens drying out through springfield. this is a live picture of georgia avenue. now to news. >> a man convicted of killing a maryland state trooper
ABC
May 18, 2012 5:30am EDT
>>> now "good morning maryland." >>> investors have been chomping at the bit and today is the day to buy stocks from facebook. >> things picking up here at pimlico. it's black i'd susan day. i am charley crowson with a preview of what to expect. >> good morning. happy try. i am megan pringle. you saw charley and we will check in with him in a bit to see what's ahead as we kick off the preakness but first how the weather will look. here emeteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning. we -- meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning. we are cool this morning. 45 degrees in westminster. good morning to you. millersville at 46 degrees. and 50 in joppa and churchville around 48 degrees. the temperatures are well below what we should be for this time of the year. we look on the satellite and radar. mainly clear skies, a few clouds out there. lots of sunshine and once the sunrises, but look at what we are watching going through time. we have an area of low pressure that's going to try to get its act together and move up the coast. it could cause little problem for us heading into th
ABC
May 8, 2012 5:00am EDT
crowson. >> i am megan pringle. we will start with a look at weather. here's lynette charles. good morning. >> good morning. and we look at maryland's most powerful radar and as of now, we are dry. we will need to have the rain gear handy as we go throughout the day. there is a possibility for some showers, but likely as we go later tonight into tomorrow you may need a light sweat other jacket but we are at 60 in perry hall. and we should be at 48 or 49 for this time of the year our low. and 57 degrees is where we are coming in in churchville. so good morning to you. and elkton is at 53 degrees. right now the wind not so gusty but they will be picking up as we go throughout the day out of the south and that's what's going to help to warm us up as well. now we check out a coastal flood advisory in effect now until lunchtime today for the areas here shaded in the blue. so we could have a little bit of flooding along the coastal areas for today. all right. it's time to get our abc2 timesafer traffic check with lauren. >> reporter: good morning. we have the first accident of the day in
CBS
May 31, 2012 5:00am EDT
what has been a topsy- turvy month. some areas have had lots of rain, 8, 9 inches. we're still at 3 inches here at national. lots of sunshine expected for your thursday. a couple of clouds out there right now, 71. by noon 79. high around 84 with a 5:00 p.m. temperature of 83 degrees. it is going to be just a beautiful day. we're saying goodbye to what's left of beryl off to our east. just a couple of clouds coming in overhead. temperatures have dipped into the 50s now in cumberland and peat irsburg -- petersburg and oakland. mid-50s there. we're 71 at national. some lower 60s in easton in cambridge and manassas at 61. just a great afternoon. expect plenty of sunshine. don't forget the sun block by the way if you're going to be outside. you get burned easy this time of year. let's go to monika santami this thursday morning at 5:00 a.m. with time saver traffic. >>> we have two tough situations right now. one in the district and one just outside the district. good morning, everybody. i'm going to start off with the northbound side of 395 heading for the 12th street tunnel. there is pol
FOX
May 29, 2012 5:30pm EDT
.... was inside a carr at the time he was shot. windows of neighborhood businesses. we ound this shell casing on the sidewwlk infront of the corner store where one of the gunman stopped. as officers cordoneddoff these areas..... detectives knocked n doors a possible susppct. chris) 6:45 (lookiig around) believe it or not the kids try to play out here they try to have a good time and then pomebody pulls out a gun and goos crazy... ii's nuts :55 several people i spoke with their chiilren and ran for cover. early this afternoon, as police were investigating.... they did chase down a possibll suupect and placed him in handduffs. as for the those who were shot.... all four are exxected fox 45 news at 5::0. pn ocean city... a 22 year old man was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver..../ police say matthew cheswick of cooksville was hit... whilee crossing coastaa hiihway... near 54th street.../.the driver left the scene.../ but... police arrived.../.others.. who saw thee acccdent were horrified.../ and.../ theii thoughts... go oiut... to the victim's faaily. "i'm a mom and my concern wa
ABC
May 8, 2012 4:30am EDT
are at 60 right now. we have that southerly flow that southerly wind at 5 to 10 miles an hour. we are getting gusts up to 15 to 20 miles an hour. the breezes will stick with us going throughout the day and i will detail when the rain gets in here. but let's check the traffic with lauren good morning how are the roads. >> reporter: good morning. well, so far so good out on the roads. if you are heading on to the jfx, be aware of the ongoing construction. one lane will be shut down in both directions at 28th street as the morning continues. child street not look like a bad alternate. traveling through the fort mchenry tunnel and will be nice and clear. and once you get on the beltway, here's what it looks like in the parkville area. everything is up to speed. looking at a 9 minute ride from here up to 83. and the west side here's liberty road. no delays to talk about in this vicinity where you are look at an 11 minute ride from 795 toward 95. that's a look at your abc2 time safer traffic. now back over to you. >> 4:32. speaking of traffic, we have more on an alert for you this morni
KRON
May 25, 2012 7:00am PDT
>> the first that are private space craft has zero ride at the international space station. >>justine: he can see the robot a hot goalie up into the i s s. the ban spacecraft took off on tuesday. if all goes well the space station crew the deck and catcher inside of that capsule crew members will find food and clothing. they'll also find 320 sets of ashes that will be released into space. -- ashes that will be released into space. it will not open up that hatch until saturday. this is an historic moment for outer space. >>mark: we're at the scene in vallejo where there was a deadly police shooting. >>will: investigators left up to minutes ago. this all started about midnight when the man started to rob a cabdriver. the cab driver got away. officers came and saw. the suspect did not drop his gun. the officers shot the suspect. when they investigated the man was carrying a pellet gun. in the dark, there was no way the police officers could know that that was not a real gun. further and defamation about the suspect will come out later. >>darya: we're following the weather. we
NBC
May 18, 2012 6:00am EDT
sunrise is gorgeous. upper 40's and low 50's. maybe a light jacket to start today. 51 at the airport. we'll make it up to 76 this afternoon. it will be beautiful friday. go outside and play. first we say good morning to sarah. >> good morning. we had an accident wrapped up at patapsco avenue and washington boulevard. that is now gone. we have some closures for preakness. rogers avenue and northern parkway will be closed until 9:00 p.m. on saturday. 61 on the north side towards the west side. 58 down towards baltimore national pike. one problem in the westminster area along route 97. word of a disabled vehicle. we update you on some of the cameras. this is 95 to and from the cecil county area. no construction and the southbound lanes. this is the j.f.x. at 41st street. moving well down towards the construction zone. we will keep you posted on delays. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> one state legislator is taking aim at the governor's office demanding something be done about what he calls mobs of young people taking over baltimore. >> he says the mayor is doing nothing about
ABC
May 18, 2012 6:00am EDT
day here at pimlico. the live preview coming up and getting ready for tomorrow's preakness. >> it's friday morning thanks for joining us it's lady's night at 6 in the morning. lynette charles will look at weather and lauren cook with traffic i am megan pringle. >> you saw charley and the sunshine. that's what we will get for today. maybe a few high clouds moving in across the area. but plenty of sunshine to be had for today. we are cold this morning, though. i will call it chilly. there's chill in the air shall we. 47 degrees right now is what we are looking at in perry hall. good morning. and easton you are at 50. glenell at 47. we should be at 52 degrees now for the low temperatures and that puts it in perspective for you. winds not a big problem fortoday. yesterday on the breezy side. not so much today. maryland's most powerful radar is dry. we have all five sweeps on it. will stay dry through the rest of the day. but we have change in the forecast. but let's do a little recap for today. it's going to be a fantastic friday on tap. dry and mainly clear and seasonably cool and less
ABC
May 4, 2012 5:30pm EDT
afternoon around 5:30 this quiet community in ellicott city changed forever. police arrived at st. peters episcopal church. brenda brewington, a church administrator, was shot to death. marguerite kohn, the corector was shot and rushed to the hospital in critical condition. police found the body of 56-year-old douglas franklin in nearby woods. he lived in a makeshift camp site not far from where his body was found. >> he would visit the church to access the food bank. >> reporter: the visits became confrontational, so the church asked limb -- asked him to leave. >> it may have been that he was angry with the church. we don't believe the two women were targeted. we believe they happened to be there at the time. >> i think it's trosomeone woul. it makes you feel apprehensive, i guess. that would be so close to our house. >> reporter: the family of miss brewington are stunned. neighbors are having trouble come prehanding the homicide. >> someone goes into the church and kills someone. that's hard to fathom. >> reporter: police are not yet sure who the gun belongs to. in ellicott city, don ha
ABC
May 8, 2012 6:00am EDT
causing heavy delays on the outer loop at liberty road. as we check in and look live here you will notice it's almost going to be at a standstill. so you want to expect heavy delays as you travel on that outer loop. here's a live look if you pull up the shot. traffic really moving slowly. it will be jammed back to 795. and if you are traveling the beltway in parkville, no concerns on that outer loop from 95 up towards 83. we are dealing with the ongoing construction on the jfx. if you are using that to get into the city. one lane will be shut down in both directions at 28th street. so later in the morning, not a bad idea to use falls road or charles street and here's a live look at liberty road. notice a lot of police activity in the area so expect a lot of congestion. leave yourself extra time because you will need it if you are traveling that west side of the beltway this morning. that's a look at your abc2 time safer traffic now back over to you. >>> george zimmerman will be arraigned today. it's set for this afternoon. it's happening in florida. the neighborhood watch later sho
NBC
May 16, 2012 6:00pm PDT
quote at urgent care centers in redwood city and san jose. if you'd like to apply for the program go to basurgical.com and click on safety net. reporting live in santa clara, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >>> protesters forced an early end to a public meeting at the board of regents today. the protesters in sacramento called themselves the student chain gang, suggesting they're prisoners to rising tuition. tuition has tripled in the past 12 years, and regents are considering another 6% increase for this fall. but not all those who demonstrated today were students. >> we're seeing our best faculty lured away to other
CBS
May 22, 2012 4:30am EDT
it to berth at the space station. >> nasa views test flights as learning opportunities. >> reporter: nasa hopes a private company can deliver people by 2017. >> the dragon capsule will bring back nearly 1500 pounds of cargo and then splash down in the pacific ocean where then it will be recovered by a ship. >>> nato leaders have reaffirmed their pledge to end the combat mission in afghanistan by 2014. nato troops will remain in the country in a support role. president obama spoke briefly monday with both the afghan and pakistani presidents. the united states and nato are trying to get pakistan to reopen key supply routes closed after a u.s. air strike. >> we didn't anticipate that the supply line was going to be resolved by the summit. we knew that before we arrived in chicago, but we're actually making diligent progress on t. >> protests monday outside the meetings were much more peaceful than sunday. police outnumbered the protesters as they followed them through the downtown streets. several protesters sat down in front of the reelection offices of president obama. >>> the u.s. s
CBS
May 18, 2012 4:30am EDT
the issues of the day at the summits. this spring that means job creation, food security, governance for places for europe it means banking debt between greece and the ever present headaches of syria, iran and north korea. good luck. gary nuremberg, 9news now. >> coming up, delia goncalves will be live at baker park in downtown frederick with more on how the summit is expected to impact the locals in the area. >>> a controversial bill which would limit boxes in the district is the -- abortions in the district is the subject of a hearing in congress. frank ran the hearing. under his bill no woman can get an abortion in the district 20 weeks after she became pregnant unless her life was at risk. that's something the majority of the medical community says simply isn't true. >>> former d.c. councilman harry thomas jr. will serve his time in the federal prison camp in montgomery, alabama. the former ward five councilman will have to report there june 20th. thomas will spend 38 months behind bars for stealing more than $350,000 meant to go to city youth sports programs. >>> an officer in p
KRON
May 24, 2012 7:00am PDT
. >>erica: there are no hot spot at this point. we're looking at a brisk toll plaza. the day that bay bridge toll plaza. there's this matter the ride, at maureen kelly on 101 southbound. >>darya: there are lots of standing ovations for the commander in chief last night. he attended a fund raiser last night. the speech was about a half- hour. >> present obama-we know that the last thing we need to do is have the same policies that got us into this thing in the first place. not now. we have come too far. they've gone too far to abandon what we have done in the last few years. >>darya: hundreds of people attended that one. but this breakfast this morning there is a small group. >>will: air force one will be meeting here about 10:00 and the morning. when the lease -- when the exit the area he would take with him $4 million for his reelection campaign. to be due to the redwood city the that last night it costs $250. california a place that he has been to at least 14 times before. he will continue with his reelection campaign. this morning we did not see any protesters. it is quiet this morning. t
NBC
May 22, 2012 4:30am EDT
low to mid 60s most of the area. reagan national now at 66. we're going to hold steady in the 60s for the next several hours. as we get into the afternoon hours, we will have an increased chance, again, of more showers and heavy downpours popping up. between now and then, we'll get sunshine breaking out by mid morning. temperatures around 70. by noontime, the mid 70s. and still a bit of sunshine breaking out. does look like we'll cloud up. and then clusters of showers and maybe thundershowers developing during the afternoon as we reach near 80 degrees. again, some of these could be some heavy downpours, could have more flooding problems later this afternoon along with some thunder and lightning. that's from mid-afternoon into this evening. another look at radar, we'll look at that coming up in ten minutes. danella has a look at our tuesday morning traffic. good morning. >>> good morning. tom, as you mentioned, flooding is still occurring. if you're waking up in manassas, we have a few troubled roads for you. traveling along 29 at featherbed lane, all the lanes are blocked in this
KRON
May 15, 2012 4:00am PDT
camera. conditions are not at all. fog along the coast a little bit chilly. the forecast is coming up in the moment. >>justine: in lafayette, there are raising a red flag of some of massage parlors which are suspected of offering inappropriate services. a proposed city ordinance would crack down on partners offering massages with extras. it would regulate the parlors to make sure they are staying within the law. a decision on the legislation has not been made. as reggie kumar tells us, residents are pretty concerned about these establishments >> this is the most recent massage parlor in located on mount diablo boulevard. residents and business owners say these massage parlors are soliciting more than just a rubdown. the owner refused to go on camera but full nudity is running a legitimate business and that there is low -- no illegal activity going on. >> people who patronize those establishments are putting out on the internet, it is very explicit. >> so far they have not discovered any criminal activity like prostitution at these parlors. >>justine: if adopted, the businesses would h
CSPAN
May 30, 2012 2:30pm EDT
back and look the at some of the literature what do we know from published data what's driving the growth in health care spending? really, the last, one of the last few pieces i saw was a piece that joe did. i guess it was from '92-93, joe newhouse, looking at the time period between 1940 to 1990. and if you think about it, you know, that was a very different time period than the most recent experience that we've had, the number of uninsured went from 90% to 15%. so clearly the amount of induced spending as our whole system changed over time was roughly related to changes in the structure of insurance and demand and as joe has just talked about innovation. brought medicare, medicaid on and various estimates what that contributed to the growth in health care spending's we had a whole bunch of really important new innovations that fundamentally change how we treat patients. neonatal intensive care units and treatment of low birth weight babies a treatment for cardiovascular disease and so on. it was a very different time period. what i'm goin' to spend my discussion on is really look
ABC
May 15, 2012 5:30am EDT
morning look at moderate rain but across tiny town, carol county we're looking at some of that moderate rain, the oranges, the yellows and also westminster at this time. we're also dealing with some more wet weather around oyesings mill, columbia, baltimore right now along i-70 we are dealing with some wet roadways and that's going to be the case as we go through the remainder of the morning and also as we go into the afternoon. visibilities, problems this morning once again. reduced visz bltd so we have about 7 miles in baltimore. and 4 in york. all right. let's get a check now of time saver traffic with lauren. and the last time i talked to you there was an accident out there. >> we are dealing with several accidents. trouble on 95 where there's a crash right along the northbound lanes at interstate 195 and another accident on interstate 195 right along the eastbound lanes of washington boulevard. we do have a water main break that's brocking all but one westbound lane of liberty road right at mill ford mill road. fortunately no backups on 695 and if you are using the jfx to get into
NBC
May 2, 2012 4:30am PDT
find out more at goredforwomen.org. >>> a much quieter scene in downtown oakland this morning after the mayday protest yesterday. violence broke out. 25 people arrested. will is damage this morning. i will give you a look coming up. >>> a young boy pulled from a burning home in san jose is now brain dead. why his family said fire fighters didn't do enough to save him. >>> another milestone within reach for new span of the bay bridge. we will have all the details coming up next. >>> let's take a live look outside for this wednesday morning. halfway through the week. is anyone awake on the golden gate bridge yet? wednesday, may 2. this is "today in the bay." >>> good wednesday morning everybody. moments before 4:31. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. lots to get to this morning. let's check the forecast and meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> good morning to you. got a really good looking day shaping up. last day of temperatures in the 70s. inland as of tomorrow, rain on the way. mostly cloudy and cooler weather. so we have a lot to talk about in the full forecast
NBC
May 18, 2012 4:30am PDT
>>> i'm scott budman at facebook headquarters where this morning, silicon valley's hottest company is set to go public. >>> and, while facebook is giddy with excitement, a long list of silicon valley and around the world may soon be out of work. >>> also, your friday night preference may be recorded tonight where you choose to spend your evening may broadcast publicly. we'll explain all. >>> taking a live look outside beautiful bay bridge glistening on this friday, may 18th, this is "today in the bay." >>> good friday morning, everybody, almost 4:31 in the morning, i'm jon kelley. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's check that forecast with christina loren. good morning. >> good morning to you. yeah, a good-looking day shaping up. it is the coolest start to the week that we've had. all week long, temperatures have been in the mid-50s at this point. we've got the 40s on the map in oakland, san francisco, and livermore. so as we head throughout the day today, i happily get to tell you it's going to be warmer and we've got a great-looking weekend forecast. stay tuned for that first.
CBS
May 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
storms hanging back from pittsburgh to bedford there. locally we're looking at some of these showers just east of columbia over to bwi, across caroll county. everything moving southeast. nothing imminent. cloudy skies. it is 60 in luray. we're going into the 80s if we get enough sunshine. >>> if you're planning to head to the northbound side of 95, if you're one of those commuters, you'll want to know about a delay. on the the northbound side this accident has been sitting on the shoulder before route in leaving quantico -- route 234 leaving quantico. we'll take a live look on the northbound side of i-95. this is the best camera shot i could get. you can see the accident right here on the left shoulder. it's very slow and heavy getting by. beyond that you're okay into springfield. we'll take a live look there which is looking fine n. is just your normal volume for 6:01 in the morning. looking fine up to 395 and the 14th street bridge. let's go back over to the maps. this time we'll head over to the north side. southbound 275 is incident free. slow out of frederick and clarksburg. we'
CBS
May 11, 2012 5:00am EDT
and even 53 down in southern maryland. looking at your highs this afternoon, it's going to be a pretty one with 72 on the bay in annapolis. 74 in frederick and manassas and 73 at reagan national. 5:00 a.m., time for monika with time saver traffic. >>> thank you so much. good morning, everybody. if you're just getting up, you'll be happy to know things are pretty good outside. no big incidents to report. it's fine if you're heading on the northbound side of i-95 coming from dale city to woodbridge, up into springfield. we'll take a live look a little further north on 395 which is final at duke street heading to seminary road and the 14th street bridge. let's go back over to the maps and this time to the other side of town. if you're planning to head over into the district across the pentagon and here at the 14th street bridge on 395, no problems to report. in fact, we're going to take a live look at beltway on the south side of town. here's what it looks like at st. barnabas road. no problems to report to the wilson bridge. all the southern maryland corridors are doing fine as we
NBC
May 16, 2012 4:00am PDT
hosting a bipartisan lunch at the white house and some of the items on the menu, republicans will find hard to swallow. today, president obama is issuing a to-do list for congress, and holding a rare hit-down with top lawmakers from both parties to get it all done. one of the first orders of business, raising the debt ceiling so the government can pay bills. house speaker john boehner is already drawing a hard line. >> when the time comes, i will again insist on my simple principle of cuts and reforms greater than the debt limit increase. >> reporter: that is setting the stage for yet another partisan showdown on capitol hill. >> american people had enough of this brinksmanship. they want us to get things done. >> reporter: on "the view" the president wants to do what republicans won't, raising taxes on the rich. >> everybody sitting on this couch will have to pay a little more in taxes so we don't have to raise taxes for middle class families. >> reporter: the president declined to give economic policies a letter grade, saying he has a to-do list of his own. this, of course, is a
NBC
May 1, 2012 4:00am EDT
of extra security at the embassy today but the issue is so delicate that there's been no comment from officials here, chinese or americans. chen's crime in the eyes of the chinese government was to expose forced abortion and forced sterilization under the country's one child policy. the 40-year-old self-trained lawyer blind since childhood was jailed in 2006 and then put under house arrest. he says he and his wife were beaten. his young daughter harassed. his every movement was monitored. visitors prevented from meeting with him. he was able to secretly plot his escape. secretary clinton has been critical of chen's house arrest. >> i can certainly guarantee that we will be discussing every matter including human rights that is pending between us. >> reporter: one big sticking point may be his preference to stay in china and fight for justice instead of accepting a one way ticket to exile. the other is the fate of his family under house arrest themselves and from his supporters some of whom have been detained since his escape. back to you. >> one year ago today president obama gav
CBS
May 19, 2012 5:30pm PDT
three men claim they were making. a chinese activist at the heart of a struggle between china and america is on american soil. mass of flames light of the sky on broadway's of a rope in oakland it was not cars burning what was inside the building that surprised neighbors. i'm an indirect jell-o molotov cocktails but they say they're making something else in karen brown i knew police say the suspects were targeting. >>> as noisy protesters marched in chicago three members of the splinter group record facing charges of domestic terrorism. >>> some targets including campaign headquarters of president obama, home of mayor rahm emanuel and other downtown financial institutions >>> the out of state trio and part of an anarchist group was arrested in an apartment raid on wednesday police say they're making molotov cocktails. the men say they're making beer. >>> they are shocked and confused and frightened by the severity of the allegations >>> protests have been peaceful and watch as this man pulled from the crowd. >>> de have since people are planning violence? >>> no. i would like to s
LINKTV
May 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
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ABC
May 16, 2012 6:00am EDT
have some patchy fog out there. so we're looking at reduced visibilities once again, unfortunately, but we just had an update from six miles to seven is miles, so things will begin to go uphill the way -- the further we go into the morning hours. now, three miles of visibility in york, four in hagerstown, five in york right now, and we're looking at 10 in easton. but i think that might go down a little bit. i think that's a little bit premature for that 10. let's get a check now of the traffic with lauren. good morning. we had some patchy fog and i know it's causing problems on the roadways. reporter: yes. you want to expect reduced visibility as you head out. today might be a good morning to turn on those low beams because out traveling through t harvard tunnel. here's a live look at 895 gist just north of child street, everything up to speed. not too many cars out there yet. if you use the jfx to get into the city, you want to look out for all the construction that continues to block one lane in both directions at 28th street. here's a live look at 83 just north of the beltway. n
ABC
May 18, 2012 6:30am EDT
construction but speeds still pretty high. 56 miles per who are along the southbound lanes at cold spring lane. that's the abc2 time safer traffic now over to you. >> thanks -- timesaver traffic. now over to you. >> it still cost a lot to fill up your tank and you have faith you are get being your money's worth but how do you know for sure? joce sterman is putting pump under examination to find out. >> reporter: there are 40,000 gas pumps at 2,000 gas stations across maryland. it's a lot of ground to cover but the state checks everyone and so did week looking at -- so did we look at -- look at inspections -- looking at inspection for all the states. we focused on 127 stations in baltimore anne arundel county and howard and harford counties. we looked at last four inspection for the last four years and foud more than 4,000 pumps rejected or condemned. of those, more than a thousand were flagged because of problems that could impact what you pay at the bump. >> the bottom line is we want the complete transaction to be valid for the consumer and on both parties make sure there's no ga
Current
May 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
quote drawn at my house. >> you don't seem terribly dangerous. >> i had been cooperating with the fbi for months. >> your complaints triggered them to come down on you like a ton of bricks. >> yes, plus the inspector general complaint that we filed. >> kirk, let me switch over to you. tell me what did you what you reported, and then what happened to you.
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May 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
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May 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
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CBS
May 31, 2012 6:00am EDT
69 degrees at reagan national. 79 by noon with the sunshine. highs today 80 to 85 with 84 for d.c. at 5:00 p.m. we'll hit 83 degrees. so still a very comfortable evening for you. temperatures down to the low 60s north and west. in fact, a few spots have dipped into the 50s in west virginia and western maryland, even down in the lower shenandoah valley. this afternoon you can expect sunshine. 84 in frederick. 81 in winchester. a beautiful day with 83 on the bay and also 84 here in washington at reagan national. let's check in at 6:00 a.m. with monika santami, time saver traffic. it's iffy in spots. >>> very tough, especially right now on the inbound side of i-66. here's a live look from our sky 9. you're looking at the accident inbound 66 right after route 123. i just got off the phone with virginia state police. they tell me there were three vehicles involved in this. one into the jersey wall. you can see that there and apparently now one person being transported to the hospital. two lanes are blocked off. you've got two right lanes getting by with significant delays already forming a
CBS
May 10, 2012 6:00am EDT
sun is up momentarily. 56 degrees in washington with a noontime temp at 64. breezy and windy. gusts 25 to 30. highs trying to make a run toward 70 which is a few degrees below average. some rain yesterday. almost an inch. eight-tenths of an inch in reedville in the northern neck. there goes the rain this morning up toward new england. we've cleared out very nicely. your temperatures in the 50s. some spots down to 50 in hagerstown. even upper 40s toward luray and the valley while la plata is 52. in spite of the sun and the wind, it may not feel as warm as this but temperatures will make 70s in town. mid-60s in hagerstown and cumberland. it is now 6:00 a.m. good morning to you, monika. >>> good morning. good morning, everybody. overall we have lots of slow traffic on the may your thursday refairs, name -- major thoroughfares, namely 270. a tough one coming out of frederick most the way through route 80. as you can see it's very heavy and slow at route 109 as well. keep that in mind for your travel times. maybe give yourself a few extra minutes. now loads of information on public trans
NBC
May 23, 2012 6:00pm PDT
at 6:00, not in my backyard. and in the 11th hour the oakland city council agrees. it's stopping a kre crematorium. they already purchased it next to kitty lane. on a day it was issued, a permit, the council blocked it. here is kimberly tere. >> reporter: this nondescript building is one of the state's building crematoriums and is looking to relocate. the question is where? >> the main motivation was to find a spot families could come, we really don't have any parking at our current location. and the equipment is getting older and needs to be replaced. so we just thought it would be a good time to find a location. >> reporter: but no one seems to want it that serves 2,800 families in their city. the neptune society's proposal was rejected to relocate there. now the city council is saying no. going so far as to issue a building perfemit. >> we did everything we could, met with every agency we thought was important in the city of oakland to make sure they were fine with the location before we invested almost $2 million. and to have the rug pulled out from under you at the last minute
NBC
May 20, 2012 5:00pm PDT
last few days. tonight, the obamas host dinner parties. the president with heads of state at soldier field, the football stadium. with michelle obama hosting spouses at an art museum. the summit wraps up tomorrow. >>> police arrested two more activist tuesday in chicago facing terrorism charges. police say one of the men planned to blow up a bridge. the other trying to build pipe bombs. there have been five people arrested on similar charges there. >>> the president is in chicago today but headed to the bay area this coming week. scheduled to attend several fundraisers on the peninsula wednesday including one at fox theater in redwood city. nbc bay area's monte francis with a look. hello, monte. >> reporter: good evening. signs are up all over town warning traffic will be heavy and parking will be scarce on wednesday. when the presidentle rolls into town. now the last time the president came to california, was two weeks ago when he was automobile to raise a record $15 million a. that was a star-studded event which followed the president's announcement he supports game marriage. the b
ABC
May 16, 2012 5:00am EDT
assignment. she is at the cathedral of mary our queen, getting ready for the installation of the new archbishop. we'll be checking with her live in a few moments. >>> first let's get a check of the forecast and say good morning to meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning, charley. good morning, everyone. we are starting a new day. it is dryer this morning, that's good news. we did have some showers and thunderstorms that pushed through the area overnight. this is what you're seeing right now on this loop of maryland's most powerful radar. we should stay dry for the morning hours today and then in the afternoon a chance of scattered showers to pop up in the forecast, maybe even a thunderstorm. right now temperature wise, 64 degrees in aberdeen. good morning, perry hall, you're at 62 and easton coming in right around 63 degrees. so we are mild. these temperatures are above average now for this time of the year. visibility issues, though, this morning. we do have that patchy fog out there because of all that moisture from those storms. now, we only have about six miles reduced vis
KRON
May 28, 2012 7:00am PDT
escorted them. this historic world or at said is down to southern california where it will be converted into a museum. it weighs more than 45,000 t. and is hosted president's threat the years. the u.s. s nimitz >> emerald in yesterday. when it's 3000 -- it all in yet today with this crew members. he can succeed the uss dictator which is a destroyer class in irian >> this is an impressive sight at your. it is a memorial day and what better time can you find to come down there take a look at the ships. >>mark: it's amazing to see these boats. there are some of the memorial day remembrances that taking place. >>darya: but presidential canada's plan to honor fallen warriors -- the presidential khanates will be honoring the fog lawyers this weekend him >>mark: we're taking a live look outside on this memorial day. we're showing that the fog. will be back a minute. lysol knows the soft places we love could be home to bacteria. so use lysol disinfectant spray on soft surfaces everyday when you're cleaning up to kill 99.9% of bacteria. lysol. mission for health. >>mark: one of the vatican's lar
ABC
May 31, 2012 6:30am EDT
? >>> we have a new crash in baltimore county in dundalk on wise avenue at lynch road. do watch out for that. fortunately no delays on the beltway an easy ride traveling across the key bridge past 95 to bel air road. another accident in northern harford county but it continues to shut down route 161 that's going to be right at castleton road. the scene has been cleared but there are fallen power lines crews are working to fix and repair. if you are headed out on 95, no delays to talk about from harford county all the way through baltimore county and here's a live look just north of route 43. you are looking at a five minute ride from this vicinity to 695. and as we check in and take a live look at 895, at o'donnell street everything up to speed it will be a very easy ride through the harbor tunnel as well as the fort mchenry tunnel. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan and charlie, back to you. >>> the man has been denied bail after police say he murdered then dismembered a man. >> sherrie johnson has the latest on this investigation. she joins us here in the studio w
NBC
May 28, 2012 11:00pm EDT
, it happened at 4:00 this afternoon in a premote county, fauquier county. shomari stone reports from near warrenton. >> reporter: this is the plane that burst into flames. this its what is left of a small plane that crashed. charred debris, mangled metal, broken pieces in the secluded area of fauquier, virginia. the burning plane crashed near john ledon's backyard. >> that's relatively close. >> 400 yard away. that's what it is. >> how does that make you feel? >> blessed. very blessed right now. >> why? >> because we could have been in the house when the plane struck it. >> reporter: virginia state police say the six-feet collided with the piper p-28. that pilot survived, landed, scattering debris. medics rushed him to a hospital while fire fighters trekked through the woods to put out the plane on fire. >> luckily close enough where we could get units to suppress the fire. >> reporter: an official believes the surviving pilot was flying here to warrenton-fauquier airport. this tragedy is a reminder. >> pause to reflect a little bit about frying to be about -- trying to be as safe as
NBC
May 28, 2012 4:30am PDT
. this is a live look at the golden gate bridge all fogged in on this monday, may 28th, memorial day. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning, everybody. it's just about 4:31 in the morning. >> and a whole lot to get to on this memorial day. let's start off with a check of that forecast. good morning. >> good morning. we are going to get some gorgeous weather as we pay tribute to our servicemen and women today. and any sort of outdoor activities you normally associate with memorial day you'll be able to do comfortably. right now, it's a little bit on the mild side. cool up in santa rosa, 47 degrees, we're at 55 here in san jose. as you head throughout this afternoon, we will see those clouds break apart and the sunshine through, but we're expecting a mostly cloudy start. the temperatures today, close to 80 degrees. your full forecast, we'll talk about the beach weather coming up. 4:31, i'm going to send it back to you guys. >> we showed a shot of it at the top of the show. as the golden gate bridge celebrates the anniversary, another bay area bridge is in the spotlight for a dif
ABC
May 25, 2012 4:30am EDT
at the pump. we have the outlook for gasoline prices just ahead. >>> it is the unofficial start of summer travel for your memorial day and aaa estimates 35 million americans will travel 50 miles or more for the weekend, a big increase from last year. but it seems people won't be going very far. experts are referring to this year's travel trend as a staycation. how are those roads going to be? lauren is here this morning to let us know all about that. but, first, we gotta know about the weather. >> i think you're going to like it. good. >> for the most part we might have some isolated showers as we go through the weekend. it'll be more like it was yesterday. not a lot of people saw the rain. we did get a thunderstorm in cecil county. we saw plenty of sunshine today and that's going to be the scenario even as we go through today, we'll get some sunshine out there and maybe a shower or two to pop up. but all in all i'm going to say we will stay mainly try as we head through the weekend. we look at maryland's most powerful radar as of now and we see that storm kind of push out of cecil
ABC
May 11, 2012 6:30am EDT
we are looking at manchester 47 degrees, humidity 50% and wind out of the west about 5 miles an hour. it will be a lovely day. get out there and enjoy it. now let's check the time saver traffic. >>> good morning. no concerns on the beltway this morning. the outer loop is really going slow through the jfx. watch out for construction at 28th street. that's a look at your time saver traffic. >>> two suspects are being searched for as they scammed an elderly man out of cash and a gun. >> this time it happened in southwestb . the victim was a 75-year-old man. two suspects were well-dressed and told him they were police officers investigating a case involving counterfeit money. they asked to look at his cash and weapons. he handed over the money and a shotgun and they left. police say anyone with them should be carrying a departmental id card. you can always call 911 as well to be sure who you're talking to are police officers. >> if they don't have to id card, if you would feel comfortable with a uniformed officer being there, call for a patrol officer. >> police don't have a good de
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